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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Pocket the Moon reaches deep for tornado relief

  • Alisha Gaspard
The recent outbreak of tornadoes ripping through the South has left much of the region devastated. Struck by the enormous amount of work it will take to rebuild the affected areas, Sara Crawford of alt-folk duo, Pocket the Moon will use her upcoming gig at Kavarna as a benefit for the American Red Cross Tornado Relief. All proceeds from the door go to Red Cross.

Besides a full line-up of music, including Pocket the Moon, David Northrip, Sydney Eloise and Divine Isis, there will be a raffle for prizes, including CDs by local bands, local show tickets, Essential Theatre tickets, Georgia Ballet tickets, prints by local artists, and a one-year membership ($125 value) to Working Title Playwrights. “I thought the show could not only be a chance for us to help those affected by the tornadoes, but also a chance to come together as artists and supporters of artists in the Atlanta area,” Crawford says.

Saturday May 28. $5. 8 p.m. Kavarna Coffeehouse. 707 E Lake Dr. in Decatur.

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